Earlier this month, three senior judges in Scotland’s Court of Session began to hear HMRC’s latest appeal in the Rangers FC "big tax case".
Craig Whyte, a former director of Rangers Football Club, has been disqualified from being a company director for 15 years, for "failing to avoid conflict of interest" in the running of the club
HMRC has been given permission to appeal Rangers FC's employee benefits trusts (EBTs) decision.
Employers that have used employee benefit trusts (EBT) to avoid tax have until March next year
HMRC has applied for permission to appeal against a tax ruling over Rangers Football Club’s use of employee benefit trusts (EBTs).
The long tax dispute over Rangers Football Club's use of employee benefit trusts is set to continue after HMRC lost an upper tier tribunal appeal for the payments to players to be taxed as wages.
Rangers FC has confirmed that it is considering a request to add former PwC Scotland head Frank Blin and others to its board of directors.
HMRC has launched an appeal against a tax tribunal which found in favour of Rangers FC’s use of employee benefit trusts (EBTs).
Rangers FC liquidator BDO is pursuing a £25m claim against London-based law firm Collyer Bristow.